Orchestra Phil. of Monte Carlo | Duto | argerich
After the concert by the Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra and its principal conductor, July 3, there will be a second performance of Monegasque Orchestra. This meeting with Charles Dutoit (the interpretive summit) will take place with Martha Argerich and Martha Argerich. They are two of the most important figures in music history. The music stands feature Ravel's Concerto in G, which is a great reference work in the hands these two incredible musicians. This program links with Falla, the I Concurso de Cante Jondo. Ravel was a friend of the Cadiz native from Paris and was initially invited to the event (alongside Stravinsky). However, the municipal coffers weren't enough to allow for his visit.
Ravel composed a piece in double tribute to both the French harpsichordists from the Baroque as well as his friends who lost their lives in the Great War. The magical Concert in G is the next part. It was a key work in the history of this genre in the 20th Century. The second part is a work that was also programmable at the Alhambra Concerts that year (1922), the year of Russians. It is the highly popular Fourth Symphony by Tchaikovsky. Radio Clasica of RNE and the EBU stations (live), in Italy, Switzerland, Belgium and Germany as well as the EBU stations (recorded) will broadcast the concert live.
Paloma RAMOs Narvaez and Antonio Leon Moreno and Marta Reguera Varela, four Andalusians, created the Premoh's Cru collective in 2016. They present two shows: Anonimas Raices and Rise up. These shows unite flamenco tradition with African culture through dance. Plaza de las Pasiegas, 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.